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to the poll now? >> florida is number one. 56 of the 61st place votes going to the gators. they get ready for lane kiffin's visit to the swamp this weekend. we have two number five teams. that is right. two for the a.j. price of one. ole miss and penn state. last week oklahoma state's cowboys were the upset losers to houston yesterday and the boys fall all the way to 16. so oklahoma state coming in as 16. houston, kevin's team coming through with appearance in the top 25 at number 21. rounding out the top 25, rich rodriguez and the michigan wolverines. see what the practice time will do for you, get you in the top 25. that and a victory over notre dame. >> good line. >> all right. men's semi-final at the u.s. open, rain delayed to today. rafael nadal wishes he had another day to prep. drops the first set. played up into the top five in the world and had his way with nadal today. used to be if you were that height, you were at the net. del potro rarely comes to the net, but uncorks 33 winners to nadal's 19. broke rafa six times. and this is del potro fourth u.s. open, lost in the first rou
trailing florida state, 20-7. 6:30 to go in the second quarter. right now though we want to get you back out to lsu. eric collins and brock huard has the call. >> eric: tigers on top of louisiana-lafayette by a score of 14-3. 11:26 remaining here in the first half. first time the two schools have met since 2006. lsu a 5-3 winner. three seasons ago. brett will kick it on after the field goal made by albrecht. on the ground. picked up by brooks, bottled a little bit. nowhere to go. that's a disaster. just down to the 16 yard line. a loss of two. on the return. >> brock: jefferson starting out shaky. you saw the high throw, interception. late down the field but it's how you respond to adversity as a quarterback and it's really nice when you have 6'3 point'playmakers that can take a one-yard route and convert it to 15-yard topdowns as you saw from brandon lafell. >> eric: lsu scored touchdowns. started off with a run to charlotte scott stopped at the line of scrimmage. >> brock: just shy of 66% coming into the game. one interception was a call that i like. a shot down the field. took their t
really galvanized the christian evangelical movement here in florida. thousands of people have e- mailed the governor to help her stay in florida until she turns 18 in about 11 months. for the moment, she is 17 years old. she is a minor, and the fight right now will involve this judge in florida determining whether there is any credibility from the client, whether her life would be in danger if she returned to ohio. a group calling itself the florida security council has had an ad hoc news conference to tell the media we should err on the side of caution and protect the child in a case what she says is accurate. there were a few muslims who showed up to counter argue, and that is where the finger pointing and physical intimidation began the to and the two sides. the muscles calling the christians kidnappers of the young girl, and the other side basically accusing everyone of not believing this girl to the extent where she ought to be protected here in florida. gregg: we have a producer as well inside the courtroom. rifqa bary just walked in with her lawyer. this will start very soon, but
in florida, finding a new type of py hon. this one is more aggressive than anything they have ever seen. aggressive and python are not words that you want to see together. bill: the situation on the ground in afghanistan, bad and getting worse. fox news confirming that report is coming from general stanley mcchrystal, supported by president obama just a couple of months back. he is warning of a possible failure of more troops do not join the fight. we are learning that the pentagon is going to ask for more forces. what is the headline this morning? >> essentially that the top commander in afghanistan is saying to give me more troops or there will be failure in the war in afghanistan. "failure to reverse this in the near term, afghan security capacity mature is, the risk in the outcome in defeating the insurgency may no longer be possible. we rent -- we know that the report exists, to get the detail forces the hand of the administration a little bit. bill: on the sunday talk shows he was asked about a couple of times, what was the answer? >> he tried to avoid boxing himself in, saying th
game, running for a pair of scores. tech knocks off north carolina. >>> florida state lost to miami today, in south florida. b. j. daniels, they are up 7-0. he was making his first-ever start. he was not recruited by florida state. they may want a duel over after today. it is priceless. florida state cut it to 14-7. then the quarterback coughs up the football. the seminoles are left to ponder their first-ever loss to south florida, 17-7. >>> $10 million on the line at for the tour championship of fedex cut. the likelihood it is is tiger's but is not guaranteed. phil mickelson does not seem too happy. tiger started the third round with a two-shot lead, but he did not make enough of these. he shoots 69, two behind kenny perry. if he wins tomorrow and tiger finishes in a three-way tie for third or worse, then perry will when the fedex cop and $10 million prize that goes with it. not bad for a week and worth of work. nothing like a bottle of water, but not bad. ♪ take me home ♪ take me home ♪ to my family ♪ ♪ i need to be surrounded by ♪ the ones who care for me [ female ann
of texas. rain in the last couple days in south florida. hasn't been the best weather in miami or the keys. that's going to continue today. the big story, area of low pressure just off the coast. high pressure northern new england. large waves, a raw day for the mid atlantic region once again. and it's going to rain pretty good in the delmarva, up into southern jersey. northern new england, the high pressure will keep you clear, but it's a chilly morning out there. so here's that wet weather. some in jersey, some off virginia beach. this is going to continue, and if anything, get worse later today. be careful any boats along the coast. 56 in boston. we have 40s up there in northern maine. here's your forecast today. rain expected florida, jackson, mississippi, also from d.c. here especially over towards the coast. it's not going to be pretty. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. showers and storms, they'll be plentiful today in florida. we'll warm it up a little bit, to the upper 80s. should be good downpours later. all the areas ex
atlantic, a sun and cloud mixture, but it should be dry primarily. florida is the only problem area. more afternoon showers and thunderstorms. it's mild. we're setting up for a nice weekend. temperatures are a little cool in the great lakes this morning. overall, not too bad in most areas. a lot of 60s and a few 70s. look at the forecast today. upper 70s and 80s from atlanta, new york. savannah looking great. in florida, a chance of a storm or two. overall, thumbs up as we head into the holiday weekend. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. the only area with a chance of storms at least on this map, ft. myers, florida. pretty much the cutoff line will be somewhere in southern georgia. notice savannah should be fine at 88 and sunny. we'll also see gorgeous weather up into ohio. dan, all important weekend forecast coming right up. >> the pressure is on for you this weekend. >> no pressure. >> right, right. >> it's easy. >> good. >>> cost cojumps, a few fewer flight attendants and a ben and jerry's favorite gets a name change. your ear
the florida schools. he is from florida. ably the seminoles, gators, had some academic issues and west virginia just hung in and won the recruiting battle. >> bob: better keep jarrett brown in the pocket right now if you're the auburn pass rush. >> mark: third and five, completes it for the first down at the 38 yard line to jock sanders. talked about the florida connection with west virginia and those breakdown by state, florida with 22 players on the roster. actually they got a real talented backup quarterback geno smith from miramar, florida, down the block from yours truly and flag down on the play, brown down at the 40. >> referee: in the back, 82 offense, ten-yard penalty. first down. >> mark: penalty against arnett, his roommate. jimmie johnson and the chase for the nascar sprint cup at new hampshire sunday 1:00 eastern on abc. mountaineers going become to rich rodriguez's day, different speed, indy, indy was one of them. jets. >> bob: different tempos they have coming out of the huddle. another tavon austin, number one, another speed guy. >> mark: pass is broken up. no flag on t
coach. he can't win the little ones. then you have monty kiffin who is the difference in the florida-tennessee game. the father of lane kiffin. lane could have stayed home but monty did a job on florida and tebow. but you have to come down to b.y.u. losing at home to florida state. the b.c.s. and tim cowlishaw's favorite topic of conversation is setting up a little better because b.y.u. no longer is in the picture. we only have boise state to clear for. >> cowlishaw. >> as the only panelist at the missouri-furman game -- wait. i agree that the tennessee--- >> why did you say that? >> because it was a great showing by the tigers. florida and tennessee was great because we learned after that game florida is not this invincible, you know, godzilla team everybody thought. you saw them interviewing lane kiffen on espn before the game and they practically wanted him to admit they were going to go out there and get killed. it didn't happen. tennessee can play with them in florida and anybody can be beaten and everybody will be taking a loss. >> you think less of florida? >> absolutely no
posting the video on youtube will help catch those crooks. >>> a college transfer student in florida had quite a first day taking on the phone with his mom. suddenly found himself staring down the barrel of two guns as cops rushed toward him. they mistook him for a suspect that stole a motorcycle earlier that day. the shocked student was released when police realized their mistake. >>> elsewhere in florida, a dump truck was hung up in orlando. it caused it to plow into an overpass, accidentally left the truck's cabin wedged up in the air trapping the driver. fortunately, though, he was not seriously injured. >>> and connecticut students had a frightening start to their first day of school. the waiting for the bus -- a large bear you just saw there wandered into the neighborhood. that guy lurked from yard to yard. didn't bother anyone, though. unfortunately for the kids, though, not only did the bear fail to get school canceled, recess was held inside for good reason. >>> now for a look at the national and regional weather, here's bill karins with the weather channel forecast. bill, you a
in florida. it was the second day in a row that the rain prevented it from returning to cape canaveral. >>> on the cape, there were no thunderstorms, but they wouldn't have had to descend from 80,000 feet to the surface -- they would have had to descend from 80,000 feet to the surface through the weather, and they are flying dead stick, so that was not good. 's leget to live super doppler 7 radarch oeck itut, heresk at is left of the storm ocally,atf p s aesinsraoscr the bwiwi airpo heading to the ststs ste cothorm antinues to ormove away from the east coast. the weatherbug, one stop, the rain totals, the heaviest rain totals, 650 stations, we asked for the biggest rain totals, here they are. they're off to the east and north. somerset county, lower eastern shore, almost 2 inches of rain, 1.85 inches of rain in columbia. our numbers today, not very impressive, feeling like late october. at 69, 59 high and low. 0.8 inches of rain. low 60's across the entire region, dropping a couple of degrees, into the 50's. the rain has pushed well to the northeast. warm temperatures late tonight, j
with his crib. the crib was destroyed, but the child only suffered scratches. >>> some in florida didn't need a pole to catch fish. they were literally leaping out of the water. they were being chased to the surface by predators. as for any lucky fishermen around, they got to see their dream come true. that's a fish tale, you got on tape now. >>> now here's nbc meteorologist bill karins with the forecast. good morning. >> dan, i want to hear more about the superman baby. >> can you believe that? that is amazing. the kid's waking up from a nap saying, there's a car in my crib. >> good looking kid too. i hope everyone had a wonderful labor day weekend. a lot of teachers waking up blurry eyed and ready to go back to school for the first day. we are watching weather in the mid-atlantic region. yesterday it was not pretty, windy, rainy ugly day to kitty hawk, all the way eastern carolina, back up the coast to emerald isle. today the worst of the weather is going to shift to the north. we're going to watch a downpour of a day around norfolk, virginia beach, heading further to the north. ocea
there, trying to get this jurisdictional issue removed from the emergency jurisdiction of florida back to the buckeye state. also, october 13th, that's the next date for court here in orlando, florida. and that could actually involve testimony supporting or disputing rifqa bary's claims that her father wants to kill her. as for blake and beverly lauren the pastor couple who took her in for two weeks not alerting anyone after she ran away. not only are they not allowed to talk to rifqa bary but neither are their adult children because there is a pending investigation whether they broke the law. trace: haven't investigators said there is no credible evidence to support the girl's claims. >> first the investigators in columbus police department in ohio and then ohio department of job and family services and then florida law enforcement assisting florida department of child and families all concluded there is absolutely no evidence other than rifqa bary says is her fear of her parents that exists. and so that is why the parents, the attorneys are trying to get this case dismissed from them
coach was scott loeffler, an outstapding coach. he, ironicallies quarterback coach at florida and worked with tim dete bow and florida has not done a whole lot with the quarterback under center but part of the reason loeffler was to help him transition into more conventional offense. >> brad: second down and ten. cobi hamilton, freshman, throwing to the end zone, incomplete. d.j. williams, intended receiver. check in with erin. f final decision for ryan mallett to come to arkansas may not have happened unless mrs. mallett had that conversation with brian brohm's mom. the family not sure if they wanted their son to commit to coming here because talk of the falcons and him leaving louisvilles, the malletts got on the phone with the brohm family and said if i would do it again i would stick with bobby petrino. >> brad: now, ryan mallett is looking like a taller version of brian brohm in this game. big third down right here, although it's two downs all of the way i'm sure for the arkansas raeshgs. mallett in trouble, got away will slide. short of the first down by about three. so it's fourth
. she is the mother from central florida charged with killing her own daughter. and now, as casey anthony awaits trial, investigators have just released some evidence that is brand-new to us and it is bombshell. tonight, what they found in her trunk that could help them figure out what happened to that precious little girl. that's next. ") shepard: a brand-new revelation in the case of the murdered central florida toddler, caylee anthony. tonight there's word that a stain found in her mother's car trunk appears to show the silhouette of a child. this is according to the f.b.i. it's the latest turn in a case we've been following for more than a year now. caylee's grandmother reported her missing in july of last year more than a month after she vanished. in october a grand jury indicted caylee's mother, casey anthony, for first-degree murder and child abuse. casey anthony pleaded not guilty. then, december of last year, a utility worker found caylee's remains not far from her central florida home. so now, as casey anthony awaits trial, it appears the case against her may be getting
tests of vaccines. >> from california to florida, the american job landscape has changed drastically. as we wait for the august jobs report, bertha coombs taking a look at key story lines around the country. >> reporter: all local. nationally the unemployment rate is 9% but it's below that in two-thirds of the country. 34 states have unemployment rates that range between 4 and 8% with 21 states actually seeing job gains in july. data that's most recently available for the states. minnesota, in fact, adding more than 10,000 jobs, unemployment dipping to just over 8% while employment is down 4% year over year. job gains in july mark the first increase in 11 months. most popeful, 95% plan to maintain or add jobs this year. hiring occurred in eight of the 11 industries in this state. the lion's share coming in the leisure and hospitality sector with 30 new jobs in july and the government which added 828 new workers. last year education and health care have been biggest hirerers with net gain of #.3. not enough to send minnesota's overall job losses. six months above 8% with more than 100
>>> breaking news tonight. to satsuma, florida. a 5-year-old little girl tucked into bed. five hours later she's gone. vanished. the back door propped wide open. daddy comes home from the night shift to find not a trace of little haleigh. bombshell tonight. to abington, massachusetts. in the last 72 hours a credible sighting of 5-year-old haleigh at a local walmart in a shopping cart with an adult pushing the cart. florida police head north to massachusetts for hours of questioning the brother. the brother of babysitter turned stepmom misty croslin. this, the same brother who lives in the area of this sighting. also, the brother in town when haleigh goes missing. phone records confirm multiple calls between croslin and the brother when haleigh disappears. and major blowout between haleigh's dad, ronald cummings, and misty croslin just before haleigh disappears. it's backed up by phone records. but is it motive for murder? and tonight, after new stepmom misty croslin fails a poly, family and friends push her to undergo hypnosis about the night haleigh goes missing. croslin refus
that it was a privilege to serve the president, but there is no greater honor than to have the people of florida send me to washington to serve them as a member of the united states senate. and aside from the debates and the speeches and all the work that goes into turning ideas into law, one of the most rewarding experiences has been helping floridians resolve issues that they have in their every day lives. in the short time i have been here, my office has assisted more than 46,0 of florida families through casework and written correspondence and countless more efforts. we made tremendous progress in many of the issues that face our state including efforts to develop the natural energy resources while protecting the environment, seeking to modernize the military to increase shipbuilding and meet the navy's goals of strategic disbursal and working to protect our nation's home bers from bad loans and bad investors. it has been rewarding to know that our work often impact the lives of those outside the borders fighting for freedom. i brought my work to -- to my work the belief that it is always necessary
bombs with zazi's fingerprints on them. >>> meantime, moving to florida, now, norts in florida looking for this man after finding his wife and five children dead in their apartment. the children were between the ages of 11 months and 9 years old. according to police, he board add flight on friday from miami to haiti where he has family. responding to a missing person's report entered the home in naples, florida, and they found the body. >> we are not going to get into the manner of death at this time due to it's investigation ongoing. but i can tell you that in no uncertain terms, this is the most horrific and violent event this community has ever experienced. >> a spokesman for the sheriff's special investigation division says since 2000, police have been called to the couple's house several times for domestic disturbances. >>> a 20-year-old man who rapped about the thrill of killing is a suspect in the deaths of a virginia pastor and three other people. richard samuel iii faces one murder charge. s himself syko sam. virginia police found the bodies of the patter and three others on s
so-called blue dog democrats in districts and senators from texas and florida. >> exactly. he will throw that over the side. but the rest of the bill still gets to the same place. >> paul: he can get about 70% of what he wants just through regulating private insurance and subsidizing care. >> exactly anti-doctors and hospitals, you know, cover this treatment, don't cover that treatment. we will penalize you if you spend too much. but over here, you know that's fine. and really what's want to happen is all of the health care system is going to become a subsidiary of congress. >> paul: and doctors, potentially civil service i'm a right online. ken, do you think president really set the stage here for a victory? did he convince his party, reassure his party enough to cuba don't have much time. >> watch the polls. he certainly reenergized the leadership of the people he is not necessarily convinced are those who died, those swing state senators. they will watch to see how the public reacts to the public racks positively to get across the finish line is what i hear you say. >> yes,
industry. florida avenue at connecticut, stephen? that this is what we know. the woman was believed to have been in the crosswalk. if you look behind me, you can see the cross walk to the position where the bus ended. obviously if she was struck in the crosswalk, that was a severe impact. we understand she was transported to george washington university hospital in serious condition with life- threatening injuries. we have a crew examining the bus trying to determine exactly what happened. we know it happened about 8:30 in the morning. this is a very busy area for pedestrians and people coming in and out of the district into the bus was heading north on connecticut avenue, turned into florida avenue, and that is when it struck the pedestrian. if we come back alive, i want to show you there is a camera up here on this sign here that should be able(anz to determine whether or not the woman did indeed have the crosswalk, whether the bus ran the crosswalk when it struck her. very preliminary information. we do understand the woman is in port washington university hospital right now fighting for
, however, final lly surrounded and arrested the suspect. >>>? florida, a young boy is very lucky to be alive after a terrifying burglary attempt. the 13-year-old awoke with the woman knocking on the door posing as his relative. fortunately, the boy had actually moved away from then trance and was not hurt. the thieves, however, ran off after at shooting. >>> five men were plucked from the ocean off the coast of florida. their 21-foot boat began taking on water. a coast guard team happened to be training nearby and fortunately was able to quickly rescue all five people on board. >>> elsewhere in florida, the pilot of a small plane couldn't catch his own flight. you see the man started the propeller by hand but then forgot to tie the plane down beforehand. guess, what it took off. the runaway crash traveled almost a mile before slamming into an airport building. the plane was totalled but fortunately no one was injured. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meteorologist raphael miranda with the weather channel forecast. good morning, raphael. even if
moving onshore. the wet weather possible, the west coast of florida, the deep south, but just a day to enjoy with the heat in the mid-atlantic. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. look how warm it's going to be in areas like baltimore today, 86 degrees, in richmond, we could hit 87, this may be one of the warmest days we see until next spring. you always start to wonder this time of year when the fall weather is here to stay. well, that's a look at your tuesday forecast, dan, and mid-80s. enjoy it while it lasts. >> all right. we'll take it now because in a couple weeks or month maybe -- >> don't make people cry. >> i won't, snow. thanks, bill. >>> stocks stride, china steams, and a new deal from martha stewart. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, it's what you and your friends talked about yesterday. and it is no different backstage. the entertainment world reacts to kanye west's boorish behavior. >>> the patriots rally, the yankees steal one, and a stunning finish to the u.s. open. you're wa
thinking? a deputy in florida is caught in the act using a taser on a friend at a party. . >>> and americans love their cars, but this is ridiculous. a south carolina man is laid to cars, but this is ridiculous. a south carolina man is laid to rest in his cherished vehicle. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm christina brown. >>> today we begin with making his case. in a rare primetime address to congress this evening, president obama will lay out his prescription to over haul the nation's health care system. it is seen as the president's last best chance to regain control of the contentious issue. nbc's steve handelsman reports. >> some memory of our friend and departed colleague, late senator edward kennedy. >> reporter: back in session for the health care fight, the senate remembered ted kennedy. he would have led the push for optional government health insurance. outside the white house, demonstrators urged president obama not to give up on that. >> and any health reform that does not have the public option is not change we c
stories making news early today in america. >>> in florida, video from a drug bust shows some cops bringing their a-game. check this out after bursting into a house with guns drawn, the officers students are playing a video game, a bowling video game on wii. during the nine-hour search, they spent over an hour on the game system. while the sheriff called the incident embarrassing, he also said tax dollars weren't wasted since there's plenty of downtown im on those arrests. >>> scientists reeled in a rare catch off the coast of new orleans, the team unexpectedly caught a 19 1/2 foot squid. last seen in the gulf of mexico in 1954. it was sent to the smithsonian museum to be studied. >>> and one florida school had quite a show and tell. a large black bear showed up trying to get into a dumpster, but ran up a tree when staff members tried to scare it off. the bear didn't need to be sedated as he eventually left on his own. >>> a colorado homeowner solved the mystery on his own. he set up two cameras to see who wastealing golf balls from his lawn and he captured this hairless fox. the s
, but not in florida. >>> the biggest snake seen in 15 years. kids were trying t t i spt.> sp >>> come on, let's go. >> we have been talking about this game forever and the redskins defense trying to stop the giants. the redskins secondary against the giants young and unproven wide receivers. the skins goal, make the giants beat them through the air with guys like johnson and smith. the rest of the giants receivers going to be seeing a ton of man-to-man coverage. greg thinks the giants running game is going to open it up. >> it's one thing if you could say we'll worry about that. when you have to take care of the run game, thety they have. i think it's a great opportunity for them. you're going to get single coverage because of the weapons they have. >> all right. translation, they don't think the giants whiteouts are good, so they are going to man up on them and think they can beat them that way. >> i think they can, too. >> we'll see. baseball now. jeter could become the all time hitter in the league. the nationals officially have a winning streak. adam dunn creeps closer to the 40 home run plate
>>> tonight -- a 5-year-old florida girl tucked into bed. five hours later she's gone. vanished. the back door propped wide open. daddy comes home from the night shift to find not a trace of little haleigh. police say the last person to see haleigh alive refuses to give straight answers about the night haleigh goes missing. and is unable to account for crucial hours surrounding the alleged kidnap. in a stunning twist investigators announce haleigh was not, repeat, was not kidnapped by a stranger. no stranger snuck into the home that night and snatched the little girl. cops even reveal physical evidence at the scene contradicts misty croslin, the babysitter's story. bombshell tonight -- girlfriend/babysitter misty croslin flunks a private polygraph. flunks miserably. not only that, reports she flunked a voice stress test as well. tonight, what happened to 5-year-old florida girl haleigh cummings? >>> with me right now, the father of little haleigh, ronald cummings is with us. mr. cummings, you and your family are in so many prayers across the country right now. please, tell us wh
tech won 21 condition sec tiv home games only a strong second half. meanwhile, tennessee and florida at the swamp. >> hug it out. >> it's been a long afternoon. >> they didn't look very angry to me. tim tebow p-out of shotgun. scrambles -- >> here it is. >> perhaps the best strong safety in the country. he is fired up. first and goal. tebow pairing his way in the end zone. florida takes a touchdown advantage. another florida drive here, second and 16. tebow, well, you're going to meet eric barry again. picked off by barry, tennessee gets the ball, down 10-13. 13-6 don't look now. >> that's individual match-up in college football. barry got the best of them so far. florida on top early. >> it was a game-time decision. pete carroll said it went to start for the trojans. usc up by a touchdown. later in the first quarter. first and goal for washington. jake locker who looked good, keeps it himself. watches the trails by just three. ensuing washington kick-off. mcknight returns it. looks like he tweaked his left ankle. . really a big blow for usc. obviously he's such an explosive player i
. in particular, we have widespread disease in georgia, alabama, mississippi and florida, among the southeastern states. we are aware of 24 schools that dismissed students on frida because of influenza, and more than -- about 25000 students that were dismissed because of the flu. so it is still around. is causing increased disease and it is time to pay attention. we do expect there to be a lot of variability with influenza this fall. we have a few states that are affected right now and we need to wait and see what happens elsewhere, but there is a lot that each of us can do to prepare and be rdy when the influenza appears in our own communitie. we saw a lot of variability last spring so expect more going into the fall. we wish we could predict exactly what is going to happen, but unfortunately we cannot. we do know that the virus is unchanged from a we saw in the spring. and what circulate in the sohern hemisphere. and that is good news, because it means that the vaccines that were working on right now should be very good matches with the h1n1 virus that is circulating. so that is good news. the
'll see john on his fifth day, maybe not. 2-2. badenhop. this he have soon five florida pitchers. 2-2 to uggla. right back below us. crowd of 15,065 here today. 2-2. uggla pops it up. everybody con sr-ring. get out of there parcher. he ran into him. it was up there long enough you believe that the pitcher has to get out of dodge. >> rob: get off the infield you go into foul territory. if this is lifted by the mound, which it was, clippard has to get out of the way. get out of dodge, get out of land shark stadium, this could have been bad, orr, desmond. they could have hit each other now you have clippard standing there. >> bob: there is cody ross. if you are the pitcher you have done your job. >> rob: get out. get out of the way. be the traffic job. go on the sideline and get out of fair territory. too many cooks spoil the soup theory. now if it is a 10-foot pop up. the pitcher will catch it. 50 feet high get out of there because the infielder's job they don't want to worry about you, they are coming in, you want to get out of the way. first of all, you want the out. >> bob: off the
for a program which hit rock bottom in 2008. >> tennessee at top-ranked florida. volunteers coach lane kiffin getting his first big taste of s.e.c. action. urban meyer looking to get to 5-0 against tennessee since hitting gainesville. tim tebow ready to take on kiffin and company. second quarter, tebow, he takes off rung. he's met by the all-american eric berry. tebow pked up the first down. following that, tebow firing up his teammates, getting emotional. we're used to that. how about capping an 11-play, 72-yard drive? 24 carries, 76 yards, and that touchdown for tebow. gators up 13-6 at the break. third quarter, more florida. tebow facing a third and 3, gets pressured, somehow eluding the ball's d and picks up the first down. that monte kiffin defense at tennessee is no joke. jeffrey demps' touchdown would end that drive. seven yards, 23-6 florida. tennessee not backing down, though. dennis rogan, wow, tebow's second turnover of the game, his 30-game streak with a touchdown pass is over. ensuing vols possession, as they take advantage of the tebow miscue, 20 carries, 96 yards for hardessy.
or thumbs down on the wildcat? >> thumbs up. >> let's move on. tennessee-florida not dead yet. urban meyer calling out lane for "not going the after win" wondering aloud if the vols were playing to keep it close. kiffin fired back, insinuating that this flu bug we've heard so much about is a cheap excuse for the gators not playing well. who you siding with, k.b.? >> well, you know, i hate to side with lane kiffin because he's said some goofy things but i'm going to side with him. >> come on! >> who goes into a football game and doesn't want to win? herb edwards is absolutely right. you wouldn't lead those kids into a game and lead them through it not wanting to win. he was trying to keep the game short, i guess, keep it close so he'd have an opportunity to win. he knows he's short handed going up against florida and tim tebow. >> you're saying in the fourth quarter when they were down 23-, 10 minutes left, they're in a normal no-huddle? >> maybe they don't run a hurry-up offense very well. so he tried to do the best he could do. but i could not imagine that he would want to lose a game. >>
>>> breaking news tonight. satsuma, florida. a 5-year-old little girl tucked into bed. five hours later, she's gone. vanished. the backdoor propped wide open. daddy comes home from the night shift to find not a trace of little haleigh. bombshell tonight. florida police bring haleigh's dad, ronald cummings, in for intense questioning about phone calls. phone calls made in the hours leading up to the moment haleigh goes missing. but why? police already have new stepmom misty croslin's phone records. what do they reveal? in a stunning twist, police bring in a new team starting from scratch in the search for haleigh. is there a break in the case? these phone records reveal a crucial timeline, including a major argument just before haleigh disappeared. after searchers comb through dense foliage on foot, on horseback, all on a tip from stepmom flunks a polygraph with a score of 99% deceptive. crosli said she was tricked, tricked into taking that polygraph but she insists she passed. that's not what the polygrapher tells us. she's also revealing she's afraid her phone is tapped. but wait
they will not soon forget.   >> bob: from our nation's capital, south florida, beaches aren't far away. nats-marlins getting ready at land shark stadium for the final series of the year between these ball clubs t seems like they get together just about every week. in fact, last week they did. bob carpenter, rob dibble. the marlins only five back of the phillies right now thanks to a little help the nats gave them last night. one of the wildest and most fun ballgames of the year. >> rob: it was. livan hernandez was outstanding. he did exactly what you would expect from livan hernandez while the nationals are playing spoiler here trying to beat the phillies as many times as they can, trying to beat the marlins, et cetera. last night he was in total control, total command of the strike zone answered earned his first nationals win since 2006. on the offensive side, it was a rookie ian desmond that did a ton of damage. you saw there driving in elijah dukes. then drove himself in with one of the farthest home runs i've seen hit at nationals park rand bob too. four rbi's in his debut. it
>>> breaking news tonight, satsuma, florida, a 5-year-old little girl tucked into bed, five hours later, she's gone, vanished. the back door propped wide open. daddy comes home from the night shift to find not a trace of little haleigh. bombshell, tonight police issue a warrant for the arrest of misty croslinf croslin's mother. charge, felony forgery. is this a police try to get the truth about haleigh from misty croslin's own mother? she's already publicly stated her daughter hasn't come clean about the night haleigh vanishes and a letter emerges in the search for haleigh. outlining details of a party the night haleigh goes missing. a party fueled by drugs. at the party, misty croslin. with her? little haleigh. reports that night, little haleigh accidentally ingest a heavy-duty painkiller, oxycontin and died. we have the letter. this, as new stepmother misty croslin skips town after a bitter fight with haleigh's father, ronald cummings. croslin's brother thrown behind bars on a gun charge leading to another break in the case. in a late-night jailhouse interrogation, the brother f
: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from florida rise? mr. stearns: to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. stearns: mr. speaker, the recent controversy and resignation by one of president obama's policy czars highlights a very real problem. the president's use of unaccountable policy czars to circumvent the constitution. by one account the white house has 32 policy czars, including a science czar, a regulatory czar, and even a great lakes czar. these czars are tasked with leading major policy efforts for the administration and have simply been granted a great deal of authority. yet each czar unlike a cabinet secretary, is not subject to congressional oversight. members of the cabinet have to be approved by congress and they report to congress. policy czars have no such obligation. so what we have now is a situation where major policy decisions are being made by a group of people who are not approved by congress, not subject to congressional oversight, and operate without any transparency or accountability. this is no
it to orlando. they want to trade rural virginia for suburban florida. will a million-dollar-plus budget get them everything they're looking for ? i like the idea of living on the golf course, too. next, as house hunters goes to orlando. wow. closed captions provided by scripps networks, llc less than 3,000 people live in bluemont, virginia, located at the foothills of the blue ridge mountains, but this a city on the rise. home appreciation last year was over 20%, pushing the average home price to $400,000. just an hour northwest of washington, d.c., bluemont is ideal for people who want to be close to a big city but still love living in the country, and that's why kim and greg warp decided to move there. do you guys wanna go down the slide ? let's go down the slide. hi, i'm suzanne whang. greg and kim met as undergrads at the university of michigan and then got married. about seven years ago, they moved to rural virginia to get away from the city life, but now they've decided to shake things up a bit. since we came out here, we actually started a few businesses: a cleaning business, a secur
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